Spend the afternoon at The Hub Beerfest
Call some friends and plan to spend some time at The Hub Beerfest on Nov. 13 in Oxford.
OXFORD -— The Hub on Main is excited for the return of The Hub Beerfest on Nov. 13 in downtown Oxford in the heart of Granville County.
The section of Main Street from Hillsboro to Little John streets will be closed to allow plenty of space to spread out and enjoy access to 50-plus samples from both local and nationally distributed brands of beer and ciders.
Live music, food trucks and beer samples will be available from 1-4 p.m. Tickets are available for the event on Eventbrite and at The Hub on Main.
Proceeds benefit Oxford’s Masonic Home for Children.
Festival attendees are encouraged to hang around in historic downtown Oxford and experience all the quaint town has to offer. There is a brewery as well as many local restaurants and unique shops within walking distance.
“The Hub Beerfest is an exciting opportunity to showcase Oxford, a hidden gem just 30 minutes from Raleigh/Durham, by providing access to some awesome breweries, fun food trucks and live music. We get to enjoy what makes Granville County unique with all those who live here and visit while supporting a fantastic local cause at The Masonic Home for Children. It doesn’t get any better than that,” said Pierre Gingue, owner of The Hub on Main and founder of the The Hub Beerfest.
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